DUNCAN-The storm has come and gone but it left behind a mess--a lot of holes in the ground. Lots of streets in the area are littered with pot holes, all thanks to the freezing temperatures.
Nowhere is it any worse than in Duncan. Some roads were already in bad shape before the storm. Now, they're even worse. But, the city is ready to tackle them.
Duncan Public Works Director Scott Vaughn says they plan to temporarily fix the potholes that are the most hazardous and repair the others when it gets warm.
Hurricane Maria threatens Caribbean islands already wrecked by Hurricane Irma and holds the chance of a direct hit on Puerto Rico.
The earthquake struck on the 32nd anniversary of a 1985 temblor that killed thousands and came just two hours after earthquake drills were held across Mexico to mark the date.
Hurricane Maria ties for the eighth strongest storm in Atlantic history, when measured by wind speed.
In a sign he remained short of votes, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused on Tuesday to commit to bringing the legislation up for a vote.
Today the state is expected to finish presenting evidence in the murder trial of Alton Nolen, who is accused of beheading a co-worker three years ago in Moore. Yesterday, the court heard testimony from investigators and first responders and were also presented with photographs of the crime scene. However, according to the Cleveland County District Attorney, the trial could still last weeks.